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Repairing Puerto Rico's Power Grid Could Top $5 Billion

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A barista at El Injerto coffee shop in Guatemala City pours water into a chemex. Guatemala has long been known for its coffee, but a culture of artisanal coffee has only recently taken root here. Anna-Catherine Brigida hide caption

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Ecuador's President Demonstrates He's His Own Man

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As Residents Start To Return, Devastated Barbuda Struggles To Rebuild

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On Oct. 2, 1937, the Dominican military under Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo began to go town to town and indiscriminately massacre Haitians families, as well as Dominicans of Haitian descent. Germéne Julien, 83, is a massacre survivor. Tatiana Fernandez hide caption

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The Public Therapists Of Sao Paulo

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State Department Expels 15 Cuban Diplomats

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Using Social Media To Get Help To Where It's Needed

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Residents of Barbuda were forced to flee when Hurricane Irma devastated their island on its way through the Caribbean. Here, Jackeline Deazle, whose house lost its roof and windows, is seen at a shelter in the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium last week in North Sound, on Antigua. Jose Jimenez/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico City Trying To Return To Normal After Earthquake's Destruction

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Quick Building Demolitions Raise Questions In Mexico

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Twins Heloisa (left) and Heloa Barbosa, both born with microcephaly, had a one-year birthday party on April 16 in Areia, Brazil. Their mother says she contracted the Zika virus during pregnancy. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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How Zika Became So Dangerous For Babies

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U.S. Border Patrol Concentrates On Recruiting Younger People

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